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Connecting a Panasonic PBX to the UCX

Connecting a Panasonic PBX to the UCX

Connecting a Panasonic PBX to the UCX

Good Morning Everyone :)

I was wondering if anyone had any luck in connecting a Panasonic PBX to the UCX?

If so, what type of trunking did you use?

We have a reseller that is currently using the analog port on the BCM to do this and they get constant "crackling" when the clients call each other from each system. The Panasonic has been ruled out as the cause of the "crackling."

I also understand that eMetrotel does not support this configuration, so I'm looking for other options.


RE: Connecting a Panasonic PBX to the UCX

Depending on the Panasonic model, you might be able to do PRI, SIP, or IAX trunks

RE: Connecting a Panasonic PBX to the UCX

T1/PRI would work. I have connected other a Station Ports from a IP Office to a FXO port on the UCx and it works fine.

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